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A podcast for curious people who know that there is no one right answer for how to live your best life. Finding new ideas about how to improve, and trying them out, is important! Join Danielle McCombs and Kristy Olinger, friends with similar mindsets and different perspectives, as they share the big and small ideas that changed them and test out new things in the ongoing trial and error of life. It’s short, fun, and easy to listen to… and it’s the opposite of small talk.
 
The goal of healing from sexual betrayal isn't just stopping the crisis. It's ultimately moving into genuine and meaningful connection with ourselves, each other, and the world around us. Join licensed therapist and author Geoff Steurer as he interviews experts and other guests about how to move out of the crisis of sexual betrayal (affairs, sexual addiction, pornography addiction) and toward connection. The information in these interviews transcends religious and cultural lines, as we all s ...
 
"A poodocast about making things up and making things happen." L.A.-based writer-performer Dennis Hensley interviews a different creative person each week about what they do, why they do it, and how they keep it going. Past guests have included authors, actors, photographers, musicians, screenwriters, acrobats and one visual artist who makes cartoons centered around dead houseflies.
 
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Todd Sylvester spent years in the grip of multiple addictions. A significant part of his journey to sobriety and long-term recovery was the realization that the way he saw himself impacted his drive to numb out and escape. In this episode he shares his hard-earned wisdom of how we can improve our self-talk to accelerate and deepen our healing. We d…
 
On the 30th Episode of All Heart with Paul Cardall, Jordon Bell, a mountain man from Oakridge, Tennessee discusses his experience on a wilderness survival reality TV show. They discuss how Jordon has survive the loss of his daughter to congenital heart disease (CHD) and what he hopes can change for other families affected by CHD. How did his daught…
 
Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager are taking you on a virtual trip to the country where the tango originated — can you take a guess? Plus, how to make small changes that help protect the environment — lifestyle expert Brittney Levine has all the reusable and recyclable products you need. Also ahead, Barry Manilow is chatting with the ladies about his …
 
Maria Shriver stops by with Dr. Sara Gottfried to chat about “Women, Food and Hormones.” Plus, Pastor Michael Todd chats with Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager about his new book “Crazy Faith: It’s Only Crazy Until It Happens.” Also ahead, lifestyle and commerce contributor, Jill Martin, is helping us get back to basics — all the staple pieces you nee…
 
I welcome back my wife, Jody, and her sister, Jamee, co-hosts of the popular Speak Up Sister podcast, to talk about how we can know it's time to speak up and use our voices. We go through 9 indicators that signal that it's time to speak up about things that matter. In this episode, we cover the first portion of these items and will cover the remain…
 
E!’s Justin Sylvester chats with Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager about the latest pop culture scoop! Plus, if you eat healthy and exercise, but are struggling to losing weight, hormones may be the cause — Maria Shriver has some solutions. Also ahead, lifestyle expert Barbara Majeski has tips on outdoor entertaining during fall.…
 
After surviving a breakthrough case of COVID, Dennis returns with this Zoom with filmmaker Wes Hurley whose delightful autobiographical film Potato Dreams of America is currently playing the festival circuit and will be released in 2022. The film tells the story of how he moved from Eastern Russian at 16 when his mother became a mail order bride fo…
 
As a bonus for TODAY with Hoda & Jenna listeners, we’re sharing a special preview of the brand new original podcast, Making Space with Hoda Kotb. Join TODAY’s Hoda Kotb on a journey of self-discovery and resilience of the human spirit. Hoda hears from some of the people she admires most, and whose stories of personal triumph keep her going. Like Ho…
 
I was invited to be a guest on Tony Overbay's podcast, The Virtual Couch, to talk about rebuilding broken trust in marriage. I had a great time connecting with Tony, sharing a bit about my journey, and diving into the intricacies of what it takes to rebuild trust when a marriage has been betrayed. Download Geoff’s FREE guide to help you quickly end…
 
On the 29th episode of All Heart with Paul Cardall, Nashville Immanuel lead pastor T.J. Tims, who holds a PhD from the University of Aberdeen and a theology degree from King's College London, joins Paul Cardall in a discussion about the state of the Christian church. Pastor T.J. discusses various with Paul the different denominations or traditions …
 
On September 11, 2001, sixteen employees of Baseline Financial Services remained on the 77th and 78th floors of Two World Trade Center not knowing that a second plane targeting the towers was about to crash directly into their offices. Twelve would survive. On this 20th anniversary of that tragic event, Ed Zier, former COO of Baseline joins us to t…
 
Mark Richards, the owner of Wasatch Recovery, joins us today for another episode of The Wasatch Way. In this episode, Mark and I discuss the importance of connection in recovery. Johann Hari states, “The opposite of addiction isn’t sobriety - it’s connection.” If you are feeling alone, lost, and not connected this episode is for you. ... #connectio…
 
The third season and twenty-eighth episode of All Heart with Paul Cardall the pianist is joined by his father Duane Cardall, a Broadcast Journalist and former Director of Editorials for Utah’s NBC affiliate KSL Television. They discuss how news has changed from the days when three television stations were committed to broadcasting the news as a pub…
 
I had the privilege of interviewing one of my favorite thought leaders, Jacob Hess. We talked about one of his specialities, mindfulness, and how we can apply these principles to addiction and trauma. It's a fascinating discussion full of great insights. Specifically, we discuss: His definition of mindfulness How he sees mindfulness improving peopl…
 
Danielle and Kristy have very different approaches to setting goals. We speak with Kelly Travis, a health and success coach, about how she works with clients to help them realize what they actually want for themselves and create a sustainable action plan to achieve their big scary goals. We cover why knowing your core values is foundational to sett…
 
I continue my discussion with Thomas from episode 106 where we discuss what it means to sponsor someone in the 12-step program. These principles apply to supporting others as well. Thomas shares what it's been like to be sponsored and what he's doing to support the men he sponsors. This is a great episode if you're wondering how to best support any…
 
Mark Richards, the owner of Wasatch Recovery, and Ryan Decker join us today for an episode of The Wasatch Way. In this episode, Mark, Ryan, and I discuss the comment we hear from clients all the time, "this place feels different.” Ryan also talks about his stay here at Wasatch and what helped him overcome his addiction. #addiction #reccovery #recov…
 
On the 27th episode of All Heart with Paul Cardall, Paul is joined by Mega-church Worship Leader Josh Miller. Josh believes through inspirational and dry seasons in life, music remains the constant through which one can write and express their thoughts and emotions and share them with the body of Christ. With several years of experience in worship …
 
Congenital Heart Disease or CHD is the number one leading cause of infant related death and it wasn’t that long ago when the cardiovascular community didn’t have enough “congenital heart disease” specialists working with adult survivors of CHD. Today, with help from the Adult Congenital Heart Disease Association (ACHA) the cardiovascular community …
 
After 30 years of addiction to pornography and lust, Thomas began a recovery journey that began five years and continues to this day. In this episode, he shares his story and the recovery principles that are creating healing for himself and his marriage. We discuss: An overview of his personal recovery and marital healing. What has helped his wife …
 
Danielle and Kristy talk to Todd Sylvester, a Mindset Coach for those struggling with with drug or alcohol addiction, anxiety, depression, self-hatred, and more. Todds helps clients to recognize their self-talk bully and replace those thoughts. In this episode we talk about why you should give your negative thoughts a name, how to create a champion…
 
I invited Richard "Papa" Ostler, host of this podcast "Listen, Learn, and Love" to join me on this podcast to talk about how we can stay connected to our LGBTQ friends and family. We discuss: What we can specifically do to better support our LGBTQ friends/family What he's learned from listening to so many unique voices/experiences on his podcast Wh…
 
Dennis is joined via Zoom by Todd Stephens, the writer director of the new film Swan Song, which is about retired hairdresser named Mr. Pat played by Udo Kier who busts out of his nursing home to do one last job, styling the hair of the dead society matron for her funeral. Todd talks about the real-life Mr. Pat who inspired the movie, collecting st…
 
I had a great interview with Connor Beaton, the founder of Man Talks, to talk about how men can build solid friendships with other men. I also invited one of my sons to join me for this interview. Connor challenged both of us and opened up a great dialogue about how to improve our friendships with other men. In this episode, we discuss: Why men nee…
 
Core values are the fundamental beliefs of a person. Knowing your unique core values is a powerful tool to align your time and resources to what is important to you. This helps you let go of things that don't align with your principles so that you feel less overwhelmed. Danielle and Kristy talk about what core values are, why they are important, an…
 
Mark Richards, the owner of Wasatch Recovery joins us today for our second episode of The Wasatch Way. In this episode, Mark and I discuss one of the principles we teach to our clients, "Don't make your life an apology, Make it a Statement!" We also discuss our weekly Family Night where we help families understand our process and help them reconnec…
 
Join me as I chat with best selling author, world-renowned business coach, entrepreneur, and all-around happy guy, Richie Norton, about how we can choose faith over fear. Richie's life may seem like it's good vibes all the time (I mean, he does live in Hawaii, after all!), but you'll hear that he has deliberately chosen faith over fear after traged…
 
Dennis is joined via Zoom by actor Arianna Ortiz one of the stars of the new film Nine Days, a unique and moving film about seven souls and the man who decides whether or not they're going to go to earth. Arianna talks about the role she plays Maria, what it's like to create a character with virtually no backstory and what made Nine Days a dream-co…
 
Join me and fellow therapist, Valerie Hamaker, as we riff about all things enabling. This episode is a replay of an episode we recorded for her podcast, "Voice About Living" and is the follow up to a previous episode where she interviews a former client about her enabling patterns. In this episode, we discuss: Why do we enable harmful behaviors in …
 
Many of us are finding ourselves excited about re-entering the world, while at the same time feeling hesitant. This next phase of the pandemic has brought a new set of circumstances to navigate and questions to ponder. This is a roundtable discussion with Rashanda Udekwu and Amy Bradac about re-entering the world. Visit us at www.theoppositeofsmall…
 
In this episode I interview Dr. Stefanie Carnes, an internationally recognized expert on treating sexual addiction and betrayal trauma. We talk about the difficult subject of responding to sexual offenses. Even though sexual addiction is a serious issue, sexual offending directly violates another person and involves illegal activities. Sexual offen…
 
From Crisis to Connection has reached it's 100th episode! Join me as I share a few things I've learned over the past 99 episodes. Connect with Geoff Steurer: www.instagram.com/geoffsteurer/ www.facebook.com/GeoffSteurerMFT Visit www.geoffsteurer.com for online courses and other supportive resources.
 
Dennis is joined via Zoom by four of the creative forces behind the new film Summertime; director Carlos Lopez Estrada, and actors / poets Paolina Acuña González, Raul Herrera and Marquesha Babers. Carlos shares the projects origin story, recalling how he saw a live performance of a group of LA poets and was so knocked out by their performances tha…
 
43% of women leave the workforce to have children and if they are out for just 3 years they lose 37% of their lifetime compensation power. Danielle and Kristy talk with Ashley Connell, Founder and CEO of Prowess Project, an organization dedicated to helping women re-enter the workforce by providing resources for connection, upskilling, and jobs. We…
 
In this episode I interview author of the new book, The Secret Keepers, Heidi Tucker. The Secret Keepers is the true story of a woman, Margi, whose childhood mind captured scenes from her unthinkable abuse, then kept them deep inside as secrets. As Margi searches for answers to frightening memories, we witness her relentless perseverance in uncover…
 
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